“Hey, where in Irkutsk it is possible to have a delicious Breakfast?”— asked me a friend who came to visit from another city. I, to be honest, fell into a complete stupor. Really, where? Well, not for sandwiches in a popular coffee shop to send it.
After studying the question, I realized that most of the good restaurants are open only from noon, so there are few options… but they are. Decided to dedicate the next batch of three related to the topic of Breakfast. Very incidentally saw post in profile obed_irk.ru the fact that recently opened a new institution in an unusual format for Irkutsk – Breakfast cafe “eggy”. It is located in the premises of culinary club “As is” on Kosova, and opened it, the authors of this project – interior designer Anna Zaigraeva and former editor Tatiana Chertkov. Continue reading
Lisa Siropulo fed chef Valery.
Restobar “Parade”: from one to three
One day, seeing the epic mess that was going on in the “Front”, I confess, I thought that this institution will not last six months. But meanwhile, “Front” more than three years, during this time I changed my attitude to it. I was surprised and even inspired by the firmness, courage and desire of the owners of the restobar (a young couple, Svetlana and Yaroslav Dolgov) to stay in the restaurant world of Irkutsk, and soon I began to watch this place with curiosity and even sympathy. However, mostly at a distance, in social networks. Continue reading
Today we will tell you how the first bread appeared, what varieties are now popular and where bread is sold, to which there are no questions.
Started with the bread
According to scientists, the first bread appeared more than 15,000 years ago and was a kind of mush of grated and then cooked grains. People were in constant search of food and drew attention to the plants that are well quenched hunger. These were the predecessors of modern cereal crops: wheat, rye, oats. The plant germinated well in the soil, and the grown seeds increased in number, which allowed to regularly collect a large harvest.
Initially, people used to eat raw seeds, and then learned to grind them with stones, receiving the flour, and cook – so there was the first bread just until liquid. Continue reading